This post was updated on 02 May 2014. I’ve had many independent authors ask my advice on what they should charge for their eBooks. I usually tell them to charge what they believe their work it worth.
From The New York Times: Giving Mom’s Book Five Stars? Amazon May Cull Your Review by David Streitfeld
Giving raves to family members is no longer acceptable. Neither is writers’ reviewing other writers. But showering five stars on a book you admittedly have not read is fine. After several well-publicized cases involving writers buying or manipulating their reviews,
Award-winning writer Bruce Holland Rogers has done what many short story writers aspire to do — make money selling short stories. Rogers has lived in Europe and the U.S., sharing his creative works with fans all over the world, including
From Copyblogger.com: How an Enterprising Author Sold a Million Self-Published Books by Mark McGuinness
The publishing industry is in turmoil, and there is no shortage of people lamenting the passing of the old order. We’ve previously had wailing and grinding of teeth from the music and movie moguls. Now the publishers are the latest
This article was written back in October 2012, but it’s still very relevant. Yesterday, I received the following in an email from Sheila Clover of Circle of Seven Productions: The term “Book Trailer” is a US Registered Trademark, legally owned
Someone on Twitter asked me what the Index is all about and “will it help sell an eBook.” In two tweets, I pretty much said, “No,” but it took more characters to actually explain what I meant. Here’s the thing…